Émilie
Lecouturier

Keith Haring — Scenography for BOZAR

A major retrospective of the legendary American artist organised by Tate Liverpool in collaboration with BOZAR and Museum Folkwang, Essen
Curators: Darren Pih and Tamar Hemmes, Tate Liverpool
Curatorial Project Coordinator: Alberta Sessa, in collaboration with Marie Claes
Scenography and Graphic Design: Boldatwork, Émilie Lecouturier
Construction: Chloroform
Pictures: Boldatwork, Émilie Lecouturier
2020

Ultramarine — Installation for the film Ultramarine directed by the artist Vincent Meessen

Textile design: Diane Steverlynck, Emilie Lecouturier in collaboration with Vincent Meessen
Production management of the installations: Emilie Lecouturier in collaboration with Vincent Meessen
Pictures: Damien Aspe (2, 3, 4) for Printemps de Septembre, Toulouse / Paul Litherland/Studio (5) for Leonard & Bina Ellen Gallery, Concordia University / Normal (1, 6, 7, 8)
www.ultramarine.film
2018

The colours of liberation as told by the tapestry — Scenography for The Senate

The exhibition is built around the tapestry commissioned to Anto Carte in 1934 Le retour victorieux du Roi Albert à la tête de ses troupes à Bruxelles le 22 novembre 1918 ("King Albert returns triumphant at the head of his troops, Brussels, 22 November 1918") located in the Reading Room of the Senate to commemorate the entry of Albert I into Brussels liberated a hundred years ago, on 22 November 1918.

Curators: Sophie Wittemans and Hermione L’Amiral
Scenography and Graphic design: Émilie Lecouturier in collaboration with Philippe Koeune - Valley the Valley
Project manager: Émilie Lecouturier
Construction: Chloroform
2018

Chris Marker. Memories of the Future — Scenography for BOZAR

Exhibition that allows you to travel into the unique world of Chris Marker (1921-2012), and his impressive archives. As a militant artist he created a body of works using a wide range of disciplines: he directed films like La Jetée (1962), but was also a writer, photographer, made drawings, music, used new media techniques and travelled the world. Alain Resnais (french director, one of the representatives of Nouvelle Vague) described him as a prototype man of the Twentieth Century, an extremely versatile artist and cosmopolitan.

Coproduction between BOZAR and La Cinémathèque française.
Curators: Christine Van Assche, Raymond Bellour and Jean-Michel Frodon, in collaboration with Florence Tissot
Exhibition Coordinator: Alberta Sessa, in collaboration with Zoé
Scenography: Émilie Lecouturier
Graphic design: Harrisson, Hélène Bedouet, assisted by Quentin Jumelin
Construction: Chloroform
Pictures: Philippe de Gobert
2018

Collections invisibles — Scenography for Musée Royal de Mariemont

The Museum takes artworks out of its reserves that are normally invisible to visitors. As storytelling supports, they evoke the history of the Museum and its collection, but also its museography. The scenography invites you to experience an unforgettable visit in the dark. To look, to glimpse, to recognize, to discern...

Curators: Anne-Françoise Rasseaux and Marie Demelenne
Scenography and Graphic design: Émilie Lecouturier in collaboration with Philippe Koeune - Valley the Valley
Project manager: Émilie Lecouturier

Quai10 — Design of the signage system for the QUAI10 cultural centre

Graphic Design in collaboration with Harrisson / Joël Vermot
Production management: Emilie Lecouturier

YO. Brussels Hip-Hop Generations — Scenography for BOZAR

Exhibition about 35 years of Brussels’ hip-hop culture. Not only retracing key-moments, but also acting as an immersive experience.
Curators: Adrien Grimmeau and Benoît Quittelier
Scenography: Émilie Lecouturier
Graphic design: Boldatwork
Motion design: Samuel Bodson
Construction: Chloroform
Pictures: Yannick Sas, Boldatwork, Emilie Lecouturier
2017

Franquin, textiles and patterns — Design of a textile collection for Dupuis

Design based on Franquin's graphic universe.
In collaboration with Speculoos and Philippe Koeune - Valley the Valley.

Transformations — Scenography and production management for the artist Almagul Menlibayeva at Grand Palais in Paris

Monumental exhibition organized by La Réunion des musées nationaux - Grand Palais and "Astana Expo-2017", Kazakhstan
Currator: Jérômes Neutres
Photos: Aldo Paredes

Préhistomuseum, Ramioul — Design of the signage system and the furniture for the shop, cafeteria and restaurant

For atelier d’architecture AIUD and Préhistomuseum.
Design of the signage system in collaboration with Mr and Mrs Productions.
Design and production management of the furniture in collaboration with Mathieu Gabiot.
Under the name Atelier Blink.

Molenbeek wayfinding — Design of an urban wayfinding system for the municipality of Molenbeek

Study, design and production of an urban wayfinding system to promote soft mobility in Molenbeek in collaboration with Speculoos.

MASDEX — Professor in charge of the Master in Exhibition Design at ARTS2, Mons between 2014 and 2018

This Master, created in educational tandem with Christophe Veys (art historian, professor, exhibition curator and collector), aimed to articulate two areas of exhibition design: conception and production / thinking and doing.

Le75 — Workshops on exhibition practices

Conducted in tandem with Christophe Veys in 2016 and 2017 for the High School of Arts Le75 in Brussels.

LOCALS, Brussels — Scenography and production management

Exhibition in the Brass engine room with the artists: Anne Daems, Filip Gilissen, Roberta Miss, Jana Phlips and Filip Van Dingenen. [local-s.be]
Curator: Anne Pollet - Cosmos Cosmos
Graphic design: Harrisson - Joël Vermot
Pictures: Mathieu Lecouturier
2016

Grand Hôpital de Charleroi — Design of the visual charter for VKRA architectes

This charter aimed to determine the identity and general atmosphere of the new Campus santé des Viviers hospital (Grand Hôpital de Charleroi).
In collaboration with Sébatien Lacomblez
2016

Pulse — Furniture design

Modular, dismountable, stackable and reusable exhibition stand for the Pulse event organized by Enjeu at the Théâtre de Liège.
Under the name Atelier Blink.

Reciprocity, The Taste of Change — Scenography and production management for Wallonie Design, Liège

Exhibition presenting the results of an international call for projects on the theme: "design for food - tools, services & systems" in Espace Saint-Antoine, Musée de la vie wallonne.
This exhibition aimed to highlight sustainable solutions for the preparation, conservation, distribution and sharing of food proposed by 60 designers.
For Wallonie Design as part of the Reciprocity Liège 2015 biennial event.
Currator: Giovanna Massoni
Graphic design: Philippe Koeune - Valley the Valley
Under the name Atelier Blink

Make it simple! — Scenography and production management for Maison du Design, Mons

Exhibition presenting the design office Studio Simple as well as the workshop they conducted.
For Maison du Design, Mons as part of Mons 2015
Currators: Giovanna Massoni and Barbara Sylvester
Graphic design: Philippe Koeune - Valley the Valley
Under the name Atelier Blink

Hollywood au pied du terril — Scenography and production management for Foundation Mons 2015

Exhibition devoted to the 10 days of shooting that brought, 60 years ago, Vincente Minnelli and Kirk Douglas to the bottom of the slag heap for the shooting of La Vie Passionnée de Vincent Van Gogh, on the same locations that had seen the painter evolve 75 years earlier.
Frigo des Anciens Abattoirs of Mons, as part of Mons 2015.
Currator: Philippe Reynaert
Partner: Mr and Mrs Productions
Under the name Atelier Blink
Photos: Jacky Lecouturier

Balloons — Urban installation and production management for Foundation Mons 2015

300 balloons cover the Grand-Place of Mons as part of the launch weekend of the second season of « Mons 2015 ».
Curator: Philippe Kauffmann
Under the name Atelier Blink.

L'île aux enfants — Urban installation and production management for Foundation Mons 2015

Giant caterpillars and swings suspended from the trees of the Jardin du Beffroi during the magical event dedicated to children: l'île aux enfants, as part of Mons 2015.
Curator: Philippe Kauffmann
Under the name Atelier Blink

Municipality of Anderlecht — Design of the signage system for the municipal buildings of Anderlecht

Design of a modular signage system consisting of a family of folded sheet metal supports placed at defined locations on the various sites, on which A4 sheets printed internally according to templates predefined by us and available via the municipal intranet are magnetized. This new system meets the needs of modularity and autonomy in updating the municipality's signage, and guarantees overall coherence.
In collaboration with Speculoos
Under the name Atelier Blink

Ca va / Alles Goed — Urban installation study for Commune of Molenbeek and Brussels City

Located at Porte de Flandres, the installation sends a different greeting message from one side to the other, creating a dialogue between the two neighbourhoods to blur their border, while maintaining their specificity. The suspended letters are integrated into the existing elements in a three-dimensional effect of forced perspective.
In collaboration with Speculoos, Pierre Huyghebaert (graphic designer) and Benoit Moritz (urban planner, associate architect of the MSA office).
Under the name Atelier Blink.

Walking Madou — Urban installation and production management for Suède 36, Brussels-Capital Region, Brussels Mobility, Commune of St-Josse

Yellow paint, playing with road signage codes in order to unify the different areas of the temporary pedestrian project set up by the architectural office Suède 36.
Under the name Atelier Blink

Murs aveugles, Molenbeek — Urban installation and production management for the municipality of Molenbeek

Two tiled frescoes for the blind walls located on Van Humbeek Street and Gunst Street, with the participation of the inhabitants and children of the neighborhood.
For the municipality of Molenbeek, as part of "Ecluse-Saint-Lazare" district contract.
Under the name Atelier Blink.
2012

Art Brussels 2012 — Scenography and production management for Belgacom Art collection

Creation of a booth to display the Belgacom Art Collection at the "Art Brussels" fair.
A multifunctional 15-meter long table, built for the previous fair, was slightly adapted for this year's edition.
Curator: Sophie Roose
Under the name Atelier Blink

Accro, moi non plus — Scenography and production management

Interactive exhibition in the form of a role-playing game for teenagers on the theme of addiction. Deployed over 100m2, this travelling exhibition fits in the trunk of a car and can be set up in 1h30 by 2 people.
For asbl Latitude Jeunes with the support of the Mutualité Socialiste
Under the name Atelier Blink
Location: travelling to secondary Belgian schools
Photo: Jérôme Spriet
2011

Rose ou bleu, seulement si je veux! — Scenography and production management

Playful and educational exhibition inviting children aged 3 to 8 to rediscover their books by thwarting "girl-boy" stereotypes while cultivating their imagination.
Deployed over 25m2, this travelling exhibition for libraries fits in the trunk of a car and can be set up in 1h30 by 2 people.
For asbl Latitude Jeunes with the support of the Mutualité Socialiste
Under the name Atelier Blink
Photo: Jérôme Spriet

Belgium is Design, Salone Del Mobile Milan 2011 — Scenography and production management for WBDM

Creation of a booth to exhibit 8 designers supported by WBDM (Wallonie Bruxelles Design Mode) during the Salone Del Mobile in Milan.
Under the name Atelier Blink

Art Brussels 2011 — Scenography and production management for Belgacom Art collection

Creation of a booth displaying the Belgacom Art collection.
The main element is a 15m long table, punctuated with interactive scenarios: relax on a padded seat, flip through the catalogue of the collection, surf on the internet, quench your thirst, charge your mobile phone, watch TV, etc. The materials were selected based on environmental factors : recycled tables, recovered chairs, natural cork carpet, recycled plastic felt. Production was carried out by an adapted work company.
Curator: Sophie Roose
Under the name Atelier Blink

Africa, Fast forward — Scenography and production management for Atomium and the Royal Museum for Central Africa, Tervuren

A temporary exhibition covering 600 m² in two locations, at the Atomium and the Royal Museum for Central Africa.
Curators: Place Publique, Mr et Mme Productions, Speculoos
Graphic design: Speculoos
Scenography in collaboration with Mr and Mrs Productions
Photos: Jacky Lecouturier
2009

It's Our Earth! — Scenography for Tempora

Scenography of the "Time of Solutions" space in the exhibition "It's Our Earth!" in Tour & Taxis, Brussels.
Under the name Atelier Blink